Grady Hendrix Book Review & Analysis
Goodreads SummaryFried Green Tomatoes and Steel Magnolias meet Dracula! This Southern supernatural horror set in the '90s is about a women's book club that must protect its suburban community from a mysterious and handsome stranger. One, who turns out turns out to be...
Writing Diversely: Intersectional Characters | Interview with Sonora Reyes
Writing Diversely InterviewThis month's Writing Diversely interview is with Author Sonora Reyes and we're discussing intersectional characters (mental illness, neurodivergence, physical disability, LGBTQ+, and Mexican Indigenous identity). Born and raised in Arizona,...
Writing Neurodivergent Characters: Mariela Diaz
In this month’s Writing Diversely interview, I’m chatting with the founder of Awekids, Mariela Diaz, about Autism & ADHD.
Writing Diversely Interview with Ryan Douglass
This month for the Writing Diversely series, we are chatting with author Ryan Douglass about writing intersectional characters. Ryan Douglass is the New York Times bestselling author of The Taking of Jake Livingston and the poetry book, Boy in Jeopardy.
Best Resource for Writers: Ninja Writers
*This post contains affiliate links, which means I earn a small commission at no extra cost to you if you sign up for the membership listed below.*Ninja WritersIn today’s blog post, I’m talking about one of my favorite writer resources: Ninja Writers. Ninja Writers is...
Book Updates & New Online Course for Writers
The start of the second quarter has been a busy, busy time for me as I work to complete a few new projects that I’m excited about sharing with you today.The Azaïs WitchesSo first, let’s talk about my novel: The Azaïs Witches. I got stuck for a while when I was trying...
Favorite Books of 2021: Quarter 1
In my last blog post, I shared with you guys a walkthrough of my book planner sheets (sign up below to gain access to the sheets). One page I showed was the monthly reading wrap-up, which included a spot to write the Best Book of the Month. In today’s blog post, I...
2021 Book Planner Walkthrough
At the end of last year, I created a 2021 book planner for myself. I wanted to keep track of the books I’m reading, books I want to read, thoughts on the books I’ve read, monthly reading statistics, etc. I shared my planner with some friends and had a few people...
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